72 hour kits are an important part of emergency preparedness. Today we’re looking at the non-food part of the kits and sharing ideas that our readers submitted.
As we promised on Tuesday, we have now added three sub-pages to the new Emergency Preparedness tab. To check them out, simply click on “Emerg Prep” at the top of our site. Then click on each of these three icons to learn more about each area of emergency preparedness that is covered in our comprehensive […]
One of the first things we teach you when you are getting started with your food storage is to get an Emergency Preparedness Plan in place. This includes having a Disaster Kit containing 72 Hour Food Kits for every member of your family. In our Getting Started section we have given a great example of […]
As part of our Emergency Preparedness Plan we include a list of items to include in a “Car Kit”. This is a kit that you keep in your car with useful items in case you have a road-side emergency. One of the items we recommend is a “coffee can heater” and we have had quite […]
This is a friendly reminder from Food Storage Made Easy to take care of some of your “maintenance items” this weekend. If you are a member of the LDS Church we like to recommend that you take care of these things on conference weekend since it is a consistent event every six months. If you […]
Due to popular demand, we have put together a comprehensive list of things you may want to consider including in your disaster kit if you have babies or toddlers at home. Remember these are only guidelines, and you should customize everything to suit the needs of your own family. Hopefully we will be able to […]